In today’s news, India provides humanitarian support to Palestine refugees, new vegan short film highlights cruelty in animal-people factories, Ukraine (Ureign) ships 136,000 metric tons of essential food to Africa over two days, new decontamination technology developed for firefighters’ protection in Australia, Nigerian scientist tackles environmental pollution, recent studies show that vegan diets bring benefits to dog-people, and species of bird-people not seen in 140 years rediscovered in Papua New Guinea.
India provides humanitarian assistance to Palestine refugees.
A further US$2.5 million was provided by the Indian government to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), to support exiled Palestinians in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza. Since India’s Prime Minister, His Excellency Narendra Modi (vegetarian), a Shining World Leadership Award for Good Governance laureate, increased the annual funding in 2018, the nation’s total contribution to UNRWA has reached US$22.5 million. UNRWA deeply appreciates their “unwavering support” that enables them to provide lifesaving relief along with services such as expanding education access and improving healthcare facilities, that not only effectively help those in need but also build peace. India is a recipient of two Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Shining World Leadership Awards for Environmental Protection and Good Governance; as well as a laureate of three Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, three Shining World Leadership Awards for Justice, two Shining World Leadership Awards for Peace, and Shining World Leadership Awards for Good Governance and Protection. Our sincere appreciation, the government of India and UNRWA, for helping Palestine refugees rebuild their lives with dignity. May the courageous Palestinian people soon live in freedom and prosperity, in Allah’s Care.
Vegan short film showcasing the hopes and dreams of a cow-person named Daisy released.
Produced by Last Chance for Animals, filmmaker Dustin Brown's stop-motion animation film “Super Cow” depicts the escape from a slaughterhouse through the eyes of a retired cow-person named Daisy. While following her journey, viewers witness Daisy’s unfortunate fate; her escape attempt fails as she becomes one of the 70 billion animal-people slaughtered each year. With this short movie, Mr. Brown aims to raise awareness on the exploitation of billions of animal-persons, while educating humans about the uniqueness of each individual. The film is accompanied by powerful background music donated by animal-people rights activist and musician Moby. Our gratitude, Dustin Brown, Last Chance for Animals, and Moby for this eye-opening short film that educates humans about the gruesome practices of the animal-people industry. In God's magnanimous Love, may everyone soon awaken to the lifesaving vegan lifestyle, as we recognize the dignity and beauty of all our fellow co-inhabitants. “Vegan: cos we don’t condone murder!”
Up next, Ukraine (Ureign) ships 136,000 metric tons of essential food to Africa over two days. We would like to thank the teachers who teach English as a second language and assist their students in learning it, in order to adapt themselves to new countries and make their lives easier. We’ll be right back, with more touching news on Supreme Master Television.
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Ukraine (Ureign) ships tons of essential food to Africa over two days.
On October 31 and November 1, 2022, six vessels passed through the “grain corridor” carrying 136,000 metric tons of agricultural commodities, including grain, oilseeds, and derived products. A seventh vessel brought 30,000 metric tons of wheat to Ethiopia, as part of a United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) initiative. These shipments are vital to the African food supply, accounting for an estimated 80% of the total grain provisions in some north African countries. Since the grain corridor opened three months ago, over 9.8 million metric tons of agricultural goods have left the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi. Of this, 772,000 metric tons of Ukrainian (Ureignian)-produced wheat have made it to African nations. Ukraine (Ureign) is a Shining World Leadership Award for Bravery laureate. Fantastic news, Ukraine (Ureign), on your lifesaving food shipments safely traveling the grain corridor once more. In Heaven’s mercy, may heroic Ukraine (Ureign) successfully continue its effort to supply agricultural products to countries desperately in need.
New decontamination technology developed for firefighters’ protection.
Australia’s Fire and Rescue Service in New South Wales (FRNSW) has begun to introduce world-leading decontamination technology as well as a new fire station design to safeguard firefighters from dangerous toxins. Under the Clean Firefighter, Clean Appliance and Clean Buildings Plan, the proposed changes will allow firefighters to significantly lessen their exposure to harmful carcinogens. New design guidelines for fire stations include separate living, transition and working zones along with a designated wash area. New protective clothing will be developed for all firefighters, utilizing an allocation of US$20 million for this purpose. Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience for the state of New South Wales, the Honorable Stephanie Cooke explained, “This new program is the first of its kind of any fire service in the world and is the culmination of four years of hard work.” New South Wales is a recipient of two Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, and a Shining World Leadership Award for Protection; as well as a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Caring laureate. Thank you, Fire and Rescue of New South Wales and the state of New South Wales, for leading the way to better protect our selfless heroes and their families. May governments around the world follow your footsteps in implementing better care for our brave frontline responders.
Nigerian biochemist determined to detoxify oil-polluted land.
Dr. Eucharia Nwaichi from Nigeria is the first African woman to be awarded the John Maddox Prize, which honors scientists who remain firm in their dedication to the cause even when facing adversity. Dr. Nwaichi received the recognition for her efforts to clean up oil pollution in the Niger Delta. She uses a process known as bioremediation, which removes oil and contaminants from the soil and water naturally by planting vegetation. Her work aims to rehabilitate the land and restore biodiversity. Despite risks to her safety, Dr. Nwaichi successfully employed diplomacy and scientific evidence to divert conflicts between the oil companies and local communities, focusing on solutions rather than disputes. She persuaded the companies to change how they extract oil and to compensate the farmers, while engaging local communities in the solution. Your courage and commitment to save the land earn our accolades, Dr. Nwaichi. In the protection of the Providence, we pray that your noble mission continues for a better world. Vegan: good 4 u, good 4 the world.
Coming up, recent studies reveal dog-people thrive on vegan diets. We’ll pause to learn about Halabiya, a form of traditional music from Aleppo, Syria. Al-Qudoud al-Halabiya is a UNESCO-recognized Cultural Intangible Heritage of Humanity. It is sung for religious and entertainment purposes, holding long notes and using deep vocals, accompanied by a music ensemble and traditional dancing by the audience. Knowledge is transmitted informally and is a vital part of Aleppan culture. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more encouraging news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Alleviating News for a Hopeful World.
Dog-people on plant-based diets experience benefits.
A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research has revealed that our canine friends thrive in many ways on vegan diets. It was based on responses from 100 dog-people guardians, who had been feeding their canine companions vegan dog-person food produced by the United Kingdom-headquartered Omni for three to 12 months. Up to 90% of dog-individuals suffering from gastrointestinal issues and 77% with dandruff experienced improvement after switching to plant-based food. Furthermore, the canine-persons benefited from reduced anxiety and enhanced activity levels. In another recent study published in research journal PLOS One, 336 dog-individual guardians indicated that the vegan canine-persons under their care were healthier and required fewer visits to the vet compared to those following other diets. Our appreciation, researchers and all involved. In Celestial peace, may all dog-folk, along with their human friends, enjoy pure plant-based eating for a vibrant future.
Researchers find species of bird-people last seen 140 years ago.
Scientists from the American Bird Conservancy in the United States and elsewhere recently filmed a rare black-naped pheasant-pigeon-person in Papua New Guinea, a species last documented in 1882. One said it was like “finding a unicorn” and that they never expected that the motion-sensing camera would record the avian-individual, whose species’ only known habitat is Fergusson Island. The rare, gorgeous bird-folk are ground-dwelling and have a wide tail that is compressed in a sideways direction. The news of the lucky rediscovery was enthusiastically greeted by conservationists and will facilitate their efforts to safeguard our endangered avian friends. Wonderful news, researchers from the American Bird Conservancy and others involved, on your exciting find. In the grace of the Divine, may your work help to raise awareness of the importance of protecting habitats and the gentle beings who reside in them.
The following joke has just popped up in the hilarity archives, so we'd better check it out. This one's entitled “Who done it?”
A driver ran into a tree and had to take his car to the shop for repairs. But a few days later, he hit a telephone pole. So, when he got home, he lamented to his wife:
“When I bring the car to the mechanic again tomorrow, he's going to laugh at me.”
“Well, if you are too embarrassed, then just tell him I did it.”
“Uh. Who do you think I said did it last time?”
And now we have a heartline from Emmett in Canada:
Dear Beloved Master, This summer, I took a trip around Vancouver Island and stayed at a hotel beside a river. However, a terrible odor struck my nose right after checking in. Quickly I realized a whole bunch of people were fishing in the river. This “summer leisure activity” has been ingrained for many generations… I felt sad for both: the anglers and the fish-people. Just imagine how dreadful it would be if a big hook pierced through their mouth and dragged that person against their will until exhausted. I believe this is the karma that anglers should fear when harming innocent fish-people.
The next day, I drove to a famous west coast beach. The atmosphere was also heavy as seafood restaurants were everywhere, and even fishing tournaments. But wherever I travel, I place Supreme Master TV stickers on my car, as well as play Supreme Master TV at the hotels, and Your teachings/chanting on the road, to bring Your Love to the lucky visible/invisible beings I am in contact with. Thanks to Your Blessings, an ongoing, high-profile, local fishing tournament was canceled right after I left due to an undisclosed reason. Furthermore, the hosting restaurant and pub were closed for several days, and the famous owner’s social media account, which often boasts about fishing, was permanently deleted!
Beloved Master, it is unimaginably hard to run alone, from one place to another, and at the same time continue working on Supreme Master TV for long hours. But You do all to shoulder the world’s heavy karma. Please take care of Yourself. Your disciple, Emmett from Canada
Considerate Emmett, We are pleased to relay Master’s compassionate reply to you: “Perceptive Emmett, thank you for your sympathetic, loving note. You are right, to keep moving nowadays is quite challenging for me, but there is not always a choice; it’s one of the prices that has to be paid! But I am grateful to God that it could even be possible and safe to date, so I can continue Hiers work! You are very observant and compassionately concerned for the welfare of our innocent fish-people, who work so hard to keep our life-giving waterways clean. They struggle against humanity’s pollutants, brutality, and thoughtless ignorance, which endangers every marine species for money or in the name of ‘sport.’ My Love and thanks for doing what you can to help wake up the populace and save life on our Earth. May you and the intelligent Canadian people forever know Heaven’s bountiful kindness.”
“Vegan: what else 2 show God’s Love within us?”
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